The National TPP Resistance call is now the National People’s Agenda call. It will take place on Wednesday nights at 9 pm Eastern/6 pm Pacific. See the date of the next call below.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE CALL. (This is a new link. If you registered in the past and don’t receive a reminder, then you may need to re-register)

1pplsagendaYears of educating, organizing and mobilizing by activists from across the country and around the world built a political culture of opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and its sister agreements, the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and the Trade-in-Services Agreement (TiSA). They are stalled for now. A people’s movement of movements had the power to overcome the agenda of giant trans-national corporations.

It is time to build off of that win and educate, organize and mobilize around a People’s Agenda for trade that protects people and the planet, and more.



Join the calls to connect with other activists, learn about the status of the trade agreements and other aspects of the People’s Agenda and share ideas and actions. Invite others to join in.

The next call will be Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 9 pm Eastern/6 pm Pacific.

Click here for information about and recordings of the TPP Resistance calls.

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